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pstott (#47527072)
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I first entered into the giant jigsaw puzzle that is Find A Grave in 2011, linking up the descendants of my great great grandparents, Jonathan Stott, Capt. Gideon Lathrop, John Doulton, William Henry Hubbard, William Skinner, George W. Richardson and Darius Warren Adams.

Since 2014, however, I have been working to identify the final monuments of architects, engineers and builders that practiced in Massachusetts. A start on this Virtual Cemetery is here. If you would like to contribute to this effort, please let me know.

Early in 2014, I also started work on early Hudson River and Lake Champlain steamboat captains.
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Thank you for taking the grave photos of Emma Corning Newell Esty at Edgell Grove in Framingham!
Added by Tracelines on Apr 19, 2017 3:55 PM
Selma Peckerman
Thank you for your edit for Selma Peckerman. I am related to the Bornsteins, so I am very curious how I would have her name wrong. I will check it out.
Added by LoveTrees on Feb 20, 2017 6:48 AM
I found a picture of him from 1910, from when he was elected Grand Knight of Rose Croix Council of the K of C, I can add to memorial but there is no room.
Added by Andrew on Jan 12, 2017 7:28 AM
good idea, I will try to do it tomorrow
Added by mbown on Dec 02, 2016 9:16 PM
NoI am not 100 % sure if it is the correct people.
I just looked at the record again and it is not one that you can print out.It can only be ordered.
It said-Richard E. Warfield
Date of marriage- Dec.29,1917
Manhatten,N.Y. To Katherine Mulcahy.

Her death record shows her name as-Katherine Alma(McCormick)Warfield. Died 4/14/1930-in Manhatten,buried in a Woodlawn Cemetery.-Mary
Added by mbown on Dec 01, 2016 8:38 PM
I will see if I can find the record again then I will send it to your G-Mail.
Added by mbown on Dec 01, 2016 8:16 PM
Ahh good old Bronx. That is where I was born.
I am only familiar with St. Raymond's. I didn't know that their was a Forest Hills. Good luck with that one.
Added by mbown on Nov 30, 2016 8:35 AM
P.S. If you ever get to go back to that cemetery(Calvary) I have a few photo requests. Just in case you may stumble upon them on your way.
Please do not go out of your way.I know that ,that cemetery is HUGE.
Added by mbown on Nov 29, 2016 9:48 PM
I think that I found her for you.
In 1917 she remarried in Manhatten,N.Y. to Richard E.Warfield.
Her death record reads as:
Katherine Alma(McCormick0Mulcahy.
Born 1873 in Mass.
Died -April 14,1930-Manhatten,N.Y.

She is Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery-(REC.-VAULT)

It doesn't say if the Cemetery is in Manhattan or Boston. I tend to think Boston. So you may want to investigate that further.
Also her mothers(Mary Louise(Ryan)McCormick) parents names were--Michael and Catherine (Moynihan)Ryan. I do not know if you had added that to Catherine(Ryan) McCormick's memorial. So if you would like, then there it is.-Mary
Added by mbown on Nov 29, 2016 9:42 PM
I will transfer them to you.
I know that Catherine was still alive in 1940.I will still try to see if I can find her for you. You would think that she would be in the same cemetery. Well we will see.-Mary
Added by mbown on Nov 29, 2016 8:39 PM
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